Actually, I was working with geometic shapes in that one. Guess it didn't work. Oh well.TOLady said:Really cute girl. Pic #1 looks like a snapshot, sorry. If she was looking at the camera, it would be worthwhile, otherwise just doesn't work for me. The pillar cuts the pic, the floating thingy on the upper right draws the eye, and the mauve blob is undiscernable?? The others: too much flash, lower it down, it's overpowering the ambient light. Shd be used for fill, not full. I like the look of concentration in the #2 pic! Not crazy about the cut-off hands in the last one, maybe pull back a bit to tell more of the story. Cute little girl.
Thanks... Yeah, I'm always oversharpening. I'll try them with a little less sharpening.Phil K said:Greg, very nice captures. I really like the last 3 ones, the composition and her expression are great. I do agree there is a slight degree of harshness. I am still learning post-processing so I really don't know, but just wonder how it would look like with a little bit less sharpening.
And your little darling is a good phtographer. As others have said before, it's genetic without a doubt.
I think the diffuser dome wd have softened the light in the sunshine pics.TOLady said:Greg...